June is a big month for user group anniversaries, apparently. A couple of local groups are celebrating anniversaries this month, the first being the Rockville .NET User Group, which is kicking off its 5th year. As has become the tradition (I’ve only missed one year), I’m speaking for the 5.0 release, and I’ll be talking about Microsoft WebMatrix and the Razor view engine, and why they’re relevant to you, even if you’re a professional developer.
In just under two weeks, the DC .NET Users Group will celebrate its first anniversary. When Ganesan Muthaiah started this group a year ago, I wondered whether another group in the DC area would flourish given the many groups already meeting in the DC area. Over the past year, DC .NET has had impressive attendance and some great speakers, so congrats to them on a year of helping .NET developers learn and grow!
For their 1st anniversary meeting, Frank La Vigne will be presenting “Better Living through Prototyping,” showing off how you can use SketchFlow to improve your application development.
Hope to see some of you tonight in Rockville!